Quote of the day—Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric from Cherokee Guns in North Carolina. Threats against members of Congress, particularly minority members are and it is driven by the president’s racial rhetoric This is dangerous!!!

Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
July 2019
Gun shop billboard mocks “the Squad,” calling four congresswomen “idiots
[This is the “Disgusting anti-government violent rhetoric”:


There is nothing “anti-government”,“violent”, or a threat in this.

It’s to be expected. Anti-gun people lie all the time. It’s part of their culture.—Joe]


8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

  1. For some reason, a slightly altered line from “Crocodile Dundee” comes to mind… “That’s not a threat. This here’s a threat!”

    Seriously, I’ve had about enough of the goose/gander dichotomy when it comes to what is and is not acceptable to say.

  2. To Funny, Cherokee guns! More telling is the left’s reaction. The perfect mental conflation mechanism. Keep at it long enough and you will have gangs of blacks beating up white people on sight. Just like happened in DC the other night. Fight back and your racist. One day soon, just being white will invite the death penalty. All this from people who aren’t racist?
    They probably got a bonus check from Soro for that one.

  3. So, referring to an elected FedGov official as “an idiot”, is “violent rhetoric” and constitutes “(a) threat”?
    Huh. Who knew?

    Anybody tipped off the Secret Service about the violent rhetoric/threats directed at a sitting President of the United States? Isn’t addressing that sort of thing, kind of their job?

    Inquiring minds want to see what happens next. Like, the whining about “fascism” when those who utter these threats get the opportunity to explain themselves under oath. At trial. In Federal court.

    Care for some popcorn?

  4. Apparently they are angry at the sexism in the term “horseMEN”. And the hostile biblical reference. It should have been “horse-people of the indeterminate omnipotent-being belief system.”

  5. Their first thought when they encounter political opposition is violence, so they _assume_ that their opponents are violent, and anything their opponents say is somehow a threat.

  6. As Tam said long ago, to Leftists, Conservative speech is violence, while Leftist violence is protected speech.
    So long as no one dies, doubtless they consider their violence and threats to be symbolic speech, like carrying a torch in a parade — oh, I forgot, if it’s one of their littermates with brown shirts and no masks to follow the law in Virginia, that’s hate speech and far beyond what would be protected if the Leftists were in charge.

  7. 1. Any refusal to be ruled by our self-proclaimed betters is, by definition, “anti-government.”

    2. Any reluctance to be disarmed by our self-proclaimed betters is, by definition, “violent.”

    3. Any opposition to the Congress-critters depicted on the billboard is, by definition, based on racial animus. The groundswell of support that Senator Sanders has received from (small-l) libertarians proves that we crave an all-powerful government, as long as it’s headed by a white guy. Oh, wait…

    4. Shooting Republican Congress-critters (Steven Scalise) is political speech. Putting Democrat Congress-critters on a billboard is political violence.

    5. Being unwilling to face their unwillingness to take responsibility for their own self-defense as disgusting, they project their self image on those who are willing to take responsibility for their own self-defense.

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